Scarlette takes a look at Young Souls – an RPG beat-em-up spotlighting a pair of siblings that discover a portal to another world.
Rae takes a look at the Luna demo – a beautiful puzzle game that takes the player on a magical journey in the blended space between fantasy and reality.
Meet Playism – the publisher with a little something for everyone. Rae takes a look at their PAX showcase and her favourite demo – Outrider Mako!
Ready to feel the beat? Rae checks out Muse Dash – an adorable, colourful music adventure with plenty of features at a pricepoint anyone can afford.
Instigate the Musical Revolution to bring back rock in a world dominated by EDM in No Straight Roads, a lighthearted rhythm action adventure.
Rae tries out Kitfox’s new release, Fit for a King – rule your people, reform the church, and write your legacy in this retro royalty sandbox game!
Sukeban is back with a follow-up to their hit, VA11 HALL-A! Its time to mix drinks and change lives again
With Indivisible’s release date just around the corner, TheJewphin gets one more good look at it after years of development!
A fast-paced, wonderfully orchestrated action ballet, Astral Chain is an excellent addition to the Switch lineup.
Five people, one ghost ship, and loads of jump scares. Peeziest reviews the first game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, the Man of Medan.
Part pinball, part hack-and-slash dungeon crawler, Creature in the Well is a unique and engaging title that’s sure to please!
Video game’s first “run, gun, and eat” title, Bite the Bullet, has a lot of fun ideas and some interesting core mechanics.
In Scarlette takes an emotional journey in Spiritfarer. As you prepare to ferry souls to the next life, what will they leave behind?
TheJewphin plays Foregone – a love letter to Dead Cells that removes the roguelike element to explore what a full, narrative experience would look like in a similar style.